Apple announced the Apple Music service during the WWDC event last morning. The company however didn’t answer a few questions that left us wondering. One of the pertinent questions that was bugging me personally was that whether the service will offer support for offline music playback.
This has now been answered by Apple in a statement provided to Re/Code. The company has mentioned that Apple Music and its playlists will be available for offline listening.
This is what the company spokesperson said in a statement – “As an Apple Music member you can add anything from the Apple Music library — a song, an album or a video — to your collection,” Apple said in a statement to Re/code. “And that’s just the warm-up act. From there you can create the perfect playlist from anything you’ve added. You can save it for offline listening and take it on the road.”
You can get Apple Music at $9.99 per month from June 30. However, the first three months of your use will be offered completely for free and you will only be charged from the fourth month onwards.
Via: iPhone Hacks